Multiple-choice. 10 Questions & Answers. Beginner / A1 Level
Present Progressive Question Form
Multiple Choice. 10 Questions & Answer. Beginner / A1 Level
Present Simple or Continuous Exercise 2
Multiple-choice mixed forms exercise. 20 questions and answers. Beginner Level. Practice using the Present Simple & Continuous in positive, negative and question form.
Present Simple or Continuous Exercises
3 Exercises at B1 Intermediate / A2 Elementary / A1 Beginner Levels Exercise 1: Multiple Choice Present Simple or Continuous. B1 Intermedate Level Exercise 2: Multiple Choice. 10 questions and answers. A1 Beginner / A2 Elementary Level Choose the correct answer to complete the gaps in the sentences. Exercise 3: Fill in the Blank . 10 questions and answers. A1 … Read More
Questions in Present Continuous (Gap Fill Exercise)
Gap Fill exercise. 10 questions & answers. Beginner / A1 Level
Helping Verbs To Be / To Do 2
Fill in the Blank Exercise. 10 questions and answers. Beginner / A1 Level. Complete this exercise with the helping verbs to be and to do Instructions: Drag the word to complete the blanks Exercise Practice: am / is / are and the verb to be.
Who, Why, What, When, Where
EXERCISES TO PRACTISE WH QUESTION WORDS 3 Complete the Gap Exercises / A1 Elementary Instructions: Drag the corrrect question word into the boxes below. Practice using question words with the verb to be. Exercise 1 Exercise 2 Exercise 3 Exercises Practice: am / is / are and the verb to be.
Isn’t or Aren’t Exercise
Multiple-choice Exercise. 15 questions and answers. Beginner / A1 Change these sentences from the long negative form to the short negative form with the verb to be. Example sentence: She is not happy. Example answer: She isn’t happy.
Verb To Be – Contracted Forms Exercise
Positive and Negative Contracted Forms of the Verb TO BE List of Contracted Forms in English Exercise 1 – Positive forms of the verb to be Use the contracted form of the verb to be to complete this exercise. Exercise 2 – Negative forms of the verb to be Use the negative contracted form of the verb to be to … Read More